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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HEBALD THURSDAY, APRIL 25, Optimism At Ottawa Meet j FKD1E MXXISTEK. KING SILENT OX SAUJNG Cheerful. OTTAWA, April Prime Minister Mackenzie- WW's last rugfct said tne pride rrurnster had no oxnnient on a report from -Washington thst he piannec to sail ires; Vori iisr S or 3Sav Z3 to attend coni- Austria WiO Be OFFER REWARD FOR FINDING Absolute Beggar BODY OF MISSING B.C. HUNTER HELSINKI, April innish-Russian leased Wednesday joint OTTAWA, April j Mackenzie King yesterday Finnish-Russian communique re- I announced a. joint Canadian-Onited said the Soviet states committee would begin an NATAL. regard (ward the amot of S200 has been posted to be paici! between the two __ i iii tiit -he todav urged that salaries to tne. person or persons, fincing jn a ConV- C Thousand Island's bridge as a to scientific workers be revls- S. anu n also agreea the Russians memorisl io t2je late President By D'ARCV Caiadran Press Staff Writer. OTTAWA, Apnl The co-ordinaiing the Dominion-Provincial con- ference io.iav inaugurated the fourth phase" of Us discussions, amid feelings that the had arrived when some conclusion must be reached. The importance of the meet- ings was indicated when the pro- vincial premiers and ihe federal authorities took them into the eonferenee room more ad- visors than at any of She com- mittee's three nreiious meetings. Prime Minister Mackenzie Kin; as" cheerful -is he walked mt 16 of f arid that he voalfi on President Truman en route. Bv ROSS___..... Canadian Press Staff Writer. YIESXA, April Air r------- Kari Henner, president s the bodv or giving definite rnfomta- j Const, j. of Austria, said in an interview; ucn that leads to the fincing of; A. Spiers that if tee clause Bis Three agreement German asssts in Austria literally, -Austria, -aiil be an lute beggar." He expressed hope the co; Seek Higher Pay For Scientists OTTAWA. April Cm- nadian Association of Scientific of the Natal police fie- obtain a concession of a foreign ministers will take up tsuestion of the "battle of assets" at its current Fans meeting. Under the Potsdam agreement J Russia is entitZec to German assets in eastern Austria as repar- f mace by a government spokes- stions snd Sonet authorities are' man after a'eacinet meeting yester- interpreting this to mean practical- j dar. Observers ask whether, if it iy ai! assrts. il'ncugh Austrians a" of the cab- maintain most properties are only j been 1 the PLAN DRAFT (Continued from Front ?sge.> NAZI PERSECUTION ,i. J. 1 Canadian Trapper Is Back Home pany of________ self and its subsidiary, the Mond Nicke! Companv, a payment of OW.GOO in United Stains currency as full compensation for seizure of the PeJsanio nickel mines in Pin- i jland. I to par for EDMONTOX April whom he had left funds t perate atiemats to return to Can-' a return ticket failed. described ssl Claimed -Ruinous" i ada. months "of work with German "vir-usl endorsement of J Henner said: -Potsdam is very labor gangs, arrests cy the gestapo. I i i but it was an unlucky clause aooearances before special courts1- in 1939 he marriec a Ger- for Austria. I am absolutely con- and a. period in a concentration, girl wno hao. money enough jvinced that none o: the Bour ojcp at Gusec. Austria, marked: a ticset, wiiicn ne pur-j tnose from Italy. 2. Farceing out of the Eeet. 3. Cession of _ mounting to proceed Soviet foreign Before the th room he shook hancs sabered in the corridor. Must Make Progress To ivaitffi? newspapermen he said: con't espect an> news lor ssme ume. do "We hope that von will be able to be more communicative than you were the last time." said a re- porter. "Well, we have to make progress this reohed Mr. King. Dunng ccrimitee meetings in February. Mr. King's stocck reply to newsoapernsen as he left com- mittee sittingsw was: -Proceedings Premier Duplessis of Quebec was understood to "have a bnei ready tor presentation to the committee, but its contents were not immediately knoTm. Mr. Duslessis is the only premier who had net so far presented some comment or wri.ten counter-pro- posals to the proposals made by the federal gox-ernment when the con- ference ilrs; opened last J Manitoba Expects Good Beet Crop Arrests Follow Duce Removal ROME, Apn! Minister Giuseppe Ramita an- nounced today that "A few persons- have been arresced xn connection the "eniova! of Bemto Musso- lini's bodv froai a Miian potter's The minister declined to identify _! and their working conditions Sm- proved to avert the "imminent" be composed J danger of increasing numbers of of the United 1 Canadian scientists taming to interior and attractive eraployasent in the and resources states. The association made recommen- dations to a bnef pres- entation to the shree-nian royal com- mission studying salaries and other problems of the Canadian public service. The brief srade these specific recommendations: 1. Establishment of a salary schedule for eWit grades of scien- tific workers ranging from to yearlv for those of assistans grade to SS.Q90 and up for with rank of director. 2. to increase the salaries of female scientific workers to put them more in line- those paid male workers. 3. Even- effort to remove "sll con- I, C the persons arrested, saying he did of color, race or relijt- {.not want, to "interfere" with the from the of year he became friendly nnsoners of camp o_ back its oil fields and Danube ship- j advancing American troops a vear i ipiiig company, already taken over, i ago. He landed at Halifax esrlier j u. British and United States occupy- this month now is en route while working as "a cIHer at, a darn- I 30.000.000 pouasis ot sugar Trieste to irg authorities haie not made anv no--h i oowe- plar- Ohe- Ge-tnar. pected to be manufacturec. claims for assets on reparation Sylver left Goldfields. Sasfc. in workers reported this activity and I "riie report reveaieo. that plfint- m their zones, he said, but j 1933 to visit his Barents in Ge-- he was in the early phase of the occupa- many Early in 1939 he tried to eestapo age: uon French authorities removed return io Canada, but efforts to i Xot long af machine tools from their zone to s reach a. Goidfields friend with sted bv troons. France, ilcst Austrian propenv of j her i i In. Milan, police chief TJmberto Perrante said that two night watch- men at the cemetery had been ar- ture j rested, but there was no indication Under fax-orabie conaitions some i thev among the per- whom interior minister 4. Trrsteeihip over the former Italian colon-? of Tnpoh-ania by a poorer, the Soviet Union. 5 internationalisauon cf ecc- of tise Riineland and but witho-j; political separa- importance, however, is in. tlis Rus Romita referred. Ferrante added that the investigation had extended :on irom Germany. More and more .in issue. Two of thoushs on the: are in evidence among poll- tical observers in Paris, as 12 Lon-, v Will CLAIM: to one school Russia's i More On Kurdish Tribal Chief Charges Russian Agents Are Busy In Iran started. Estimated value of the sugar crop was S697.000. Rrst plantings were made one week ago today in the fields within 60 miles of Winnipeg TEHEAX. April 25.- one of the largest TV. reeve of Fsnelsa dead. j charges that tnbal chieftain Mohammed, head of the s YOU'RE WELCOME Whatever Make of Car You Drive Our Service Depart- ment staffed and stocked to provide every operation on every make of car or truck. Drive in Today Beny Chevrolet- Oldsmobile Ltd. Chen-olei, OldsmobHe Cars; Chevrolet and Maple Leaf Tracks Sales and Service Two locations: 7th Street S, lethbridge Phone 4055 for CALGARY. April general meeting of the Alberta Teachers' Association decided 'Wee- claims elsewhere in the Mediterran- nesday that contributions by teach- Ood0- to Decision iuaa of the Al- by bera Teachers' be Italy) and the DardaneHes. I :rom three io five per Ghazi so-called hidepencent Kurdish republic, was i "surrounded by Russian agents who direct Ins every and declared that major tribes had withdrawn support from the independence movement. At the same time, the Tehran radio said in a broadcast that Pre- Oa the other hand others believe cent and the provtr-oai government j Qavam had appointed urged to give at least; a com- an election council to supervise the ate increase in retirement j Iranian elections and i influence throughout the world. URGE GOVT. j ensure that; they are "absolutely free, with no pressure exerted by as PO, long-term plan to develop Russian j vi AJ6-..i.. by the IS44 annual general meeting i -jJI Kurdish leader said of the of the A.T.A. wiU be presented to the j indeoendence movement, in Kurdis- executive council of the provincial j gpvemmeni as soon as thg provin- pjgi executive of the A.T.A. con- siders it to be opportune. decided tp ask the _ to reconsider its de- fContinTiec rrora Front P butcher shops to report on meat chief j tan: "We want an independent tribes j Kurdistan but we do not want to shea blood only to change masters." He charged that Ghazi Moham- med was a "tool-of the Russians" end that his newsoaper Kurdistan "is nothing but a Soviet propaganda instrument." Kurdish tribesmen have ceased attacks en Iranian government gar- risons at Sardashc and Baneh. jus; ease of the Iraq border, "not be- cause we fear the Iranian army but because tie- to not want to play Into the hands of the the chieftain said in an interview, add- ing that "my own men could over- run the frontier Iranian garrisons between suns." Questioned was done with professional sksll, he said. Report Denied Romita denied raoorts thai Mus- solini's bodv had been given a secret new burial" at the former dictator's birthplace at Predappio and as- i serted there were no new clues to i its whereabouts. Ia Rome, Italian police posted a continual guard around the Palazzo VenezJa. to thwart possible attempts Queen Mary To Transport Wives I.OXDOX. AprH Cable) the Duce's for- luxury liner Queen Mary mer "headquarters. for civil service positions. 4. Greater co-operation and cf personnel between uni- versities ssid the government scien- tific services. 5. Establishment of a system of one year's leave every seven years for all scientists to permit them to undertake research work or study elsewhere. 6. Consultation with scientists themselves drawn from al! grades, in all reclassifications of salaries of scientists and in other matters con- cerning: their welfare. The brief said sc'entific projects in Canada were beiiw jeopardized because key men had lefc and were leaving for more attractive work in the United States. U.S. Loan to Poles be used to transport the wives and dependents of Canadian servicemen to Canada, starting May 3 and con- tinuing through the summer. .Cana- dian military headquarters an- nounced toaav. and Italian vehicles on the Horns-Milan hittaway were carefullv checked by police. GRAVE POINTED OUT Rome newspapers meanwhile o.uestsoned Romita's assertion _ yes- i I Conditional WASHiXGTOX. April The United States plans to maLi SSO.COO.fr30 worth of goods of new The first Southampton-Halifax rWdav that ''one alone' run will carry about SW Canadian the unmarked grave I by ttuu country wives, while aboui 1.100 wives ..ofj f7om which Mussolini's body was pom; and follow J _ __ bv" thai country to hold free elec- future ceiiiag pr The aousewives association "con- demned" the large packers in a resolution yesterday -which, urged the govenoieni; to take over tne nacMng industry. The rnaiT- of events leaning to the meat shortage tias been gener- allv attributed to action of the nackers last in lowering their bids for live cattle because they could noi sell dressed raeat at ceil- ing Drices withous a loss. This re- sulted in. a slurap in intake of cattle at the yards, and a sharp reduction ia supplies of dressed meat io butcher shops. I PROTEST "STRIKE" CALGAKV-, April I tie food shortage throughout the i world whas it is and millions of Europeans on the ponat of starva- tion, "this is time for cattle pro- ducers to stage a delivery strike." the western section of the Council of Canadian Beef Producers said Australia Has Beguiled Vets SYCNET, Australia, April (C? 1IJC. Jonrs. fcr- j mer senior Australian Imoerial Force Chaplain in Malaya, struck j a bitter note in an Anzac day com- memoration address today -before people of the Sydney axea- As Australians throughout the countrv celebrated the anniversary of the" landing of Australian and tae same time we nave saia tnat if fjew Zealand troops as Gallipoli ia I Claim University Exam "Too Hard" Of more than 200 delegates votins on the motion there was only one dissenting Tote. I T7IXNTPBG, April Tribune in a newspage far- that a; the univsraty cf Manitoba "sradenc indignaaon' Seven-year-oid trade practices- United States servicemen will dis- Monday night. The papers embark at New Tork. asserted that watchmen had un- Approsimately 2.000 wives jand hesitatingly pointed onz the loca- children will be accommodated on; -o vjs'jtojg in the cemetery. each aip but, a. sookes- i man told The Canadian Press "it is! unsafe at this stage to pastime that -s all will be to Canada." i The Canadian Wives Burea-J j D _ To handlin'g the movement; of depend- j kjcui. ents said wives and depend- ents still are in the United Kingdom! _ 1OXDOX. Apnl surplus property in Europe. and wives on the continent, BOT BURNS TO DEATH ered by the government. Following Tae meeting, Kenneth Coppock, secretary, said "in the past we have supported price ceil- ings as an inflation, control. At production costs should, rise, we would re-examine our positioa en pnce ceilings. We do not con- done a strike." GORDON" TAIJIS OTTAWA. Apnl 25. G5 The prices board is not considering an increase in the ceiling prices on beef and is satisfied there wiU be an adequate supply of meat; for Canadians -unless farmers -withhold their cattle from the markets, Don- ald Gordon, prices board chairman, said yesterday. Mr. Gordon discussed the current meat situation, at a conference with, members of the parliamentary press Tne section reiterated, however, that the producers have legitimate complaints which, must be coasid- wrffe a book The great Dr. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Boswell, sip and chat in a London tea house, as Boswell gathers material-f or his biography of Johnson. tea on your shopping 1915. Mr. Jones said servicemen and women returned to ap Australia far different from their ideals. Australia -was torn by factions, disputes and dissensions, he said. The traditional decencies of life seemed to itave no place and the country -was seething -with bitter- ness, strife, unrest, jealousy and suspicion. Australia nad beguiled her re- turned service men and -women with empty promises and shallow grati- tude, he said. ages resulting m farmers holding back their cattle az a time when there were ordinary seasonal short- ages- Information reaching toe board from Toronto failed to suppers re- ports of a "meat famine" "in that city and there had been no indica- tion of stores closing on a large scale because of shortages. Discussing difficulties of enforc- ing ceiling regulations. Mr. Gordon said it was almost impossible to trace illegal transactions back be- yond the retailer. One common practice was for s. retailer to make a bet with the person from whom he was malilng the purchase and the legal price would actually be paid with the bet the black market premium. Mr. Gor- don said he did not believe black marketing was widespread. "Xot one of the critics has come forward and provided the board with any information on which, we can he commented. SLUMP AT ED3IONTON EDMONTON, AprS